Robert Mugabe's top aide has flouted a high court ruling, leaving 75 people in tears – homeless and jobless.
President Mugabe has derided new landowners for renting out farms to white commercial farmers dispossessed of their farms.
The MDC leader's explanation of his infidelities has been met with both disdain and praise.
Barely two weeks into Herbert Murerwa's appointment, the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority implemented power cuts, leading to a national outcry.
Charitable bodies are reeling from the global financial crisis as donor aid slows to a trickle.
Zim human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa will oppose the state's decision to appeal against her acquittal on charges of allegedly obstructing justice.
A municipality has won its case to halt the illegal sale and management of council property.
Zimbabwe's liquidity crunch is taking its toll, but labour groups say bosses are 'cheating' their workers.
The MDC leader is trying to prove to supporters, donors – and even to himself – that he is still popular.
Public servants are angry that the government appears to be reneging on its recent promise to award them a salary increase next month.